Haley Terry, CEO of Children's Flight Of Hope



Haley Transou Terry is a proud wife and mother of twin girls, and the CEO of Children’s Flight of Hope, a global nonprofit organization headquartered here in the Triangle that works to provide air transportation for children in need of specialized medical care. Haley brings more than 15 years of nonprofit experience to Children's Flight of Hope, having worked in both a small, local nonprofits and large, national organizations. She understands the full scope of comprehensive nonprofit management and has built an amazing team of professionals who work diligently every day to expand the mission of CFOH. As an ECU grad and proud North Carolinian, Haley strives to support the local community as much as possible, while also building programs to help families and children from across the world. She was recently one of the Triangle Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award recipients, a recognition that was received with much appreciation. She says the best part of her career is having the opportunity to meet and work with so many different and amazing individuals and companies who make our community better.

Haley enjoys sports, particularly watching baseball and playing volleyball, traveling with friends and family, learning about American history, and was recently disappointed by the final season of her favorite show about dragons.


Children’s Flight of Hope provides air transportation for children in need of specialized medical care. Since our founding in 1991, CFOH has grown to be a national organization, working with top children’s hospitals around the country from our headquarters in North Carolina. Without the service provided by CFOH, many families would be forced to postpone care, drive thousands of miles or forego treatment altogether. We are the only organization that offers the unique combination of commercial, charter and corporate-donated private flights to ensure clients can access treatment despite certain medical, financial or logistical constraints. CFOH allows families to focus on what is really important: the health and well-being of their child. To learn more or join our crew, visit www.cfoh.org.

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